Edit subscribers

Edit a subscriber

  1. Go to the Subscribers page and open the template for editing in one of the following ways:
    • Click the subscriber you want to edit.
    • Click the Actions link of the respective campaign.
      From the dropdown list, click Edit properties.
    • The Edit subscriber page appears.
  2. Perform procedure Create subscribers.
  3. When you are finished, click Save changes.

View the report from subscriber’s activity

The data about the activity of each subscriber is accumulated and you can view a report.

To see the report of a subscriber’s activity, click the Actions link of the subscriber and then click View reports link of the respective campaign.

The report contains general and detailed information about the activity of a user, such as number of clicks and a list of clicked links.

Delete a subscriber

You can delete a subscriber in the following ways:
  • On the Subscribers page, select one or more subscribers and click Delete button in the toolbar.
  • On the Subscribers page, click the Actions link of the respective subscriber.
    From the dropdown list, click Delete.

A dialog box appears where you must confirm the deletion.

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